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S-a SUNBURN AMERICAN AND SHAMOK1N JOURNAL: THE PUZZLER'S COfimEU.; ' I . , , , , Auswsr to l wtt Knim Stepten Di1i. For the Bunbury Arosruaa. , GEOGllaPHICAl. BHIOMA. ;- i . TO 10UNO aTfDENTf IS OKOOAPHT. . mm . , f ' J am tompottd of 14 Jel(ri. . , . Mr I II H 4 10 U Ink III Scotland. M 9 7 4 Is s river in Prussia. , - Mr 3 4 14 0,l"' Mr 4 14 f la a eoa in Asia. ' , . Mr5l " a riv,T ln 9o"lh An,,lc- My 4 1 14 isacnuiity bi Nw W- Mr T 14 10 4 19 10 Is one of the Principal cities In th J. . , World, i rilSllllki wgeteMe. 1 I hike in Austria. Mr 10 7 7 ia a cotmty in Kentucky. . Mr 11 14 lee lake in Irlano. My 1i 13 3 ! tirer in Central Europe. Mr 1 H t l numeral. Mr 14 II I ' tow '" reuisylvama. Mr whole now sgitatcs the American Congress. .. Answer next week. April., 1853. , J. HERE IS YOUR REMEDY t Holloway's Ointment. A MOST M1RACULOVS CtRR OF BAD LEGS, AFTER 43YF.AR9' BIIFFRR1NO. Extract ef a Letttr from Mr. IVm. Cat pin, of I .. 70, St. .Mary'i Strut, Weymouth, ' dattd May I5(ft, 1851. To Professor TIoluiwat. Sir, At the age uf 18 my wife (wlioie now 81) naught a violent nolo, which aetileil ill her Ices, and ever silica that time they have been more or leea aura, and greatly inflamed. Her agonies were distracting, and for inontha together she was deprived entirely of reel and sleep. Evcrr lamrdr that medical men adviecd waa tried, hut Without cueet her health Buttered aeverely, and the time W ber lege waa terrible, I had often read your Arlver tisemenla, and advised her to try yowl Pitta and Ointment; ud, aa a laat reaource, after every other remedy hod pro Ted useless, ahe consented to do so. tthe commenced sis. weeke ego, and, atrange to relute, ia now in good health. Uer lege are painless, without ecnm or Bear, tind her sleep sound and undisturbed. Could you have witneased the euneringa ot my wits during me mat a years, ami eon- traat them with her present enjoyment of health, you would indeed feel deliahlful in huving been the means of ifthltul til nuvlng lieen rue means 01 so erestlv altaviatiiur the auuerines o of a fellow-creature, (Signed,) WILLIAM GALPIN. A. PERSON 70 YEARS OF AGE CURED OF A BAD LEG, OF 30 YEARS' STANDING Copy of a Letter from. Mr. Wm. Abhs, Build tr of Gas Ovens, of Rushcliffe, near Hd dersicld, dated May 3 lsf, 1851. To Professor IIot.loway, 8ia,- I Buffered for a period of thirty years from a had leg, the result of two or three different aecidenta at Gas Works t accomnanied bv arorhutic avnmtoms. 1 had re course to a variety of medicnl advice, without deriving any benefit, and waa even told that the leg must lie ampu tated, yet, in opposition to that opinion, your Pills snd Ointment have effected a complete cure in so short a time, mat iew wno naa not witnessed it wouki creaii ine met, fSizned) WILLIAM A II MS. The truth of this statement can lie verified by Mr. W. P. iMigiana, cnemist, u, Market sueet tiuituersneiu. A DREADFUL BAD BREAST CURED IN ONE . MONTH. Extract of a Letter from Mr. Frederick Turn- tr, of Penkurst, Kent, dated December 13A, 1850. To Professor Hollowat, Ds Si, Mr wife hed suffered from Bad Breasts for rhore Hum six months, and during the whole period had the beat medical attendance, but all to no use. Hnviug be fore healed an awful wound in my own leg, by your un rivalled medicine. I determined again to use your Pills &hd Qiuument, and therefore gave them a trial in her case, and fortunate it was I did so, for ,n less than a month a perfect cure was effected, end the benefit that various oth er brancheB of my family have derived from their use is reslly aBtoiiiehing I now Btrutigly recommend them to all my friends. (Signed) FRED'K TURNER. Tbe Pills should be used conjointly with the Ointment most of the following cases : . Bad Legs, Chlego-foot, Bad Breasta, ' Chilblains, Burns, Chapped handa, Bunions, C"rua (Soft) Bite of Mosche- Cancers toes ft Sand-Flies, Contracted and Coco-bay, , Stiff Joints, Elephantiasis, Sore Nipples, Skin-diseases, Scurvy, Tumours, Uleers, .. . Yawa Fistulas, Gout, Glandular Swelling, Lumbngo Pi lea Rheumatism Pcalils. Sore-throata, Src-lieada, . muds, Sold at the Establifthment nf Professor Hollowat, 914, Strand, (near Temple Bur, Iindou,) and by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicines throughout the British Empire ft those of the United Btatee, in Boxea at 37j., 87c., and XI 60c. each. Wholesale by the principal Drug houses in the Uuiou, and by Messrs. A. B. ft D. Sa.ids, Nev-Yoik, ( There Is a considerable saving by biking the larger sizes . N. B. Directions for the guidance of patients in every disorder sre affixed to each box. October S3, lttti, ly. FOURTH ARRIVAL OF AT THC NEW STORE OT I. W. TENER & CO., Nearly opposite Weaver1 Hotel, Market St.) S anbury, Northumberland County, Pa, WE invite the particular attention of our friends and the public to our Fucrth tupply of gootls just received, adapted to the winter season. We have now a much larger assortment in every department than at any time aince we opened in pril last ; all of which we are deter mined to sell at the same low prices which have hitherto secured to us such a generous support frojt a discerning public, and for which we beg toeturn our best thanks Our stock consists of . Dry Gootls, Hardware, Quccnwarc, GROCERIES, WINES AND LIQUORS, Singlc -and Dciviti.tr BAieLtn Guns, Carpet, Trunki, ValUei, Carpet Bag, Umbrellas anil 1'arasiila, Boots and Shoes, Hals and C'nps, Looking Glasses, Wall Paper for Room and Window Blinds, Lemons, Nuts and Candy, bait, Mackerel, " . Plain and Fenry llama and Shoulders, Nails, Window Glass, Paint 8tufT, Oils and Putty, Car pet Chain, Cotton Laps and Yarn, with a variety of other articles. N. B. All kinds or country produce tuken in exchange at the highest market prices. L W. TENEK & CO. Sunbury, Dec 4, 1853. ly.e 4,000 Book Agents Wanted, , TO SELL PICTORIAL AND USEFUL WORKS FOR THE YEAR 1853. $1,000 Dollars a Year. WANTED IN EVERY COUNTY OF THE UNITED STATES, active and en terprising men, to engsge in the sale of some of the best Cooks puonsueo in tue country, in men of good address, possessing a small capital of from $25 to $100, such inducements will be oltered as to enable tbein to make from $3 to $5 day profit ET The Sooks published by us are all useful IB their character, extremely popular, and com Vend large sales wherever they are offered. Tot further particulars, address, (postage paid,) ROBERT SEARS, Pcblishsb, 181 Willism Street New fork, March 6, 1852, lm, 40,000 SHINGLES. . A GOOD lot of 26 inches whit pine Shingles .Js. for sale at $10 per M. B. M ASSE R. tinbuxr, lan I 158 Estate of SAMUEL HUNTER, dee'd. "J1ER80N8 who are indebted to the relate of P Samuel Hunter, late of Upper Augusta township, Northumberlsnd county, dee'd., are requaated to call o the subscriber, one of the ex Tutors of the said estate, and make settlement n of before the first day of May next; and he hereby notifies those who neglect this call, that after that day be will place tbe accounts remain ing unpaid in the bands of Justice of the Peace, who will be authorized to collect them at once -without further notice. -WM. L. DEWART, Ex'tor. Sunbury, Feb. 88. 1853 6 1. , SMITH'8 ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GIN GER, a fresh supply just received, and for bi. B. MASSE R. tinetaxr,' Jan. I. 1 ali " . j Ptnnytavtd is Penny Earned." AIARPLE S BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY, 1 ' And Job Book Bindery, Market above Centre Street, Pottsville, Pa. BLANK Booke bodnd and ruled in any and very style, in the moat durable and suli atantlat manner, with or without printed Heads. Person in want of , Ledger, Dockets, Day Bonks, Minute Booke, ' Journals, Letter Booke, . Blotters, Receipt Books, Coal Ledtrere.' ' &c. &e., or any kind ol Ulnnk Uooks, would lo wen to give me a call as I pledge myself to give salisfac lion. Pancr ru led to ant cattern desired, rar- ticular allenlion paid to Binding all kinds of old Uooks, Bidlce, Hymn Books, Gleason'a Pictorial, Sheet Music, CioJey's Lady Bonks, Gruhom's Magazine, Sartain'a Magazine, Harper's Magazine, Shakspeare'a works, Life of Christ, Law Hooka, &c, &c Josepbus a works, A ny of the above or other hooks bound in fnll gilt, plain or fancy to suit the wishes of customers. I would acain call the attention of my f.iends and customers, to the fact that I have been a Practical book Binder for the laat 18 years, and they can depend on having their work done in the very liest manner, and do the work myself; I use the best iiancr fit material : please give me a call my charges are reasonable and fair, but there is no difficulty about prices where work is done satis factorily. N. B. Persons havinc Boos they want Bound can send them bv since directed to me stating, the the style they wish them bound in : I will do thrm as low as they can be done any wliere, care fully pack them up and rctuin them ; Also per sons can send orders for Blank Books by mail which will be punctually attendad to. All work done at short notice. R. L. MARPLE. Practical Book Binder. Pottsville, Nov. 0, 1852 6m. NEW STORE. BENJAMIN IlEFFNElt Ti ESPECFFULLY informs the citizens of -- Sunhurv and vicinitv. thnt he has opened a new store in the room lately occupied by George Bright, opposite Bolton's Hotel. He has just re ceived a handsome assortment of WINTER GOODS, consisting in part of Cloths, Cassimers, Cassinets. of all kinds, of linen, cotton and worsted. ALSO: Calicoes, Ginghams, Lawns, BIouMscllne I)e Lnlncs and all kinds of Ladies Dress Goods. GROCERIES of every variely. Also an assortment of Hardware. Iron and Steel, Nails, &c. Also an excellent assortment of ftTJEENSWARE, of various styles and patterns. Also sn assortment of BOOTS & SHOES. HATS & CAPS, a good selection. Salt, Fish, c. And a great variety of other articlea such as are suitable to the trade, all of which will be sold at the lowest prices. Country produce token in exchange at the highest prices. Sunbury, May 1, 1852. ly. ANOTHER LATE ARRIVAL OF CHEAP GOODS. FRILING & GRANT. RESPECTFULLY inform their customers and the public, that they have just receiv ed and opened the best and cheapest stock of Fall and Winter Goods that has ever been brought to Sunbury. Their stock consists of every variety of Dry Goods, viz : Cloths, Cauimtres, Sattinets, Vestingt, Flannels, Wollens, fyc, Anil all kinds of Full & Winter Wear. v Also a splendid variety of LADIES DRESS & FANCY GOODS, Calicoes, Ginghams, Chintzes, De Laines, Berages, And every variely of goods suitable for La dies wear. Also an extensive assortment ot Caps roa Mrs nd Dots. Also a large assortment of GROCERIES, SUCH AS Sugar, Teas, Coffee, Molasses, Spices of all kinds. Also a large assortment of HARDWARE and ttUEENSWAEE, Fish, Salt and Plaster. Also a tresh supply of DRUGS AND MEDICINES. . Besides the largest and most general assort ment of all kinds of goods to be hud iu this place. Cy Country produce of all kinds taken in ex change at the highest market price. Sunbury, Nov. 13, 1852. Tremendous Excitement ! .' Cash, Steam, Electricity!! The Aerial and all other lines out-done by the Lightning Line or IRA T. CLEMENT. TYfHO, having great faith in rapid sales and ' small profits, has just received ana opened a large assortment of FALL AJiD WINTER COODS. At his Store in Market Street, Sunbury, which he offers to the public at the lowest prices. His stock consists of a general assortment oi Dry Goods, viz : Cloths, Cassimers, Cassinets, Jeans, Drillings, Muslins, Linens, Calicoes, Muslin de Lains, Lawns, Ginghams, Berages. Silk Hats. A large assortment of Boots and Shoes, for Men, Women and Children. Groceries, Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Molasses, Cheese, Spi ces, Fish Salt, Plaster. HARDWARE, Vis : Iron and Steel, Nails, Files, Saws, 4e. QUEENS WARE, Tea Setts, Plates, Dishes, Cups, Saucers, tc LIQUORS, Wint. Brandr, Gin, Bom, Vhiikry, it. CP" Country produce of all kinds taken in ax change at the highest market prices. Jan. IS, 1853.,-ly. PROCLAMATION. NOTICE is hereby given that a Special Court of Common Pleas, in and for the County of Northumberland, to commence at ihe Court House, in lha borough of Sunbury, at 10 o'clock, A. M., on Monday lha 23d day of May next, and will continue ONE WEEK. Jurors are requested to be punctual In Iheir attendance, at tbe time appointed agreeable to Iheir notices. Given under my hand al Sunbury, the 26th day of February, i0 the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three and the Independence of the Uuited Stales of America the T7ih. WILLIAM B. KIPP, Sheriff Cod save Ihe Commonwealth. JUST KKCEIVKD ;-, . .. AT THC . .'V .'. i. ' Baddlery and Harneu Establishment of G. : W a STltOlI. V j Market Street, Sunbvry, ' A new assortment of Silver, nrnms and Japanned Mounting, Which he will either moke up to order or sell separately for cash at prices as low if not lower tnsn can be had anywhere else. . ' SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, Trunks, Tnllcea, Carriage Whips, &C, Constantly kept on hand or manufactured to order. CARRIAGE TRIMMING done on (he shortest notice. All persons are invited to coll and examine foi hemsclves. All kinds of produce taken in exchange. Bunbury, May 1, 1852. If. JOHN PHILLIPS & SON, No. 47 South Water Street, below Chestnut, rHIZ.ASEZ.PHZA.' 1MPORERS of Foreign Fruits, Nuts, Wines, fitc, kern constantly on hand the following articles, which tliry will sell at very low prices for cash. Raisins, Almonds, Currants, Walnuts, Citron, Ground Nuts, Prunes, Cream Nuts, Dates, Filberts, Figs, Vanilla beans, Sweet Oil, Preserved ginger, amarinds, Liquorice, Lemon Syrup, Fire Crackers, Port Wine, Madeira Wine, Claret Wine, Sherry ' Muscat " Sweet Malaga " Philadelphia, July 3, 1852. ly. LADIES' DRESS TRIMMINGS. J. C. OUEIlTEUFFEli, S. E. Cor. Ninth and Maple Sts above Race PHILADELPHIA. INVITES the Ladies of the City end Country to call end examine his splendid Stock oj Trimmings, which has been nelrctcd with the ut most care. Mr. O. being enabled, from his experience in the business, to take advantage of Ihe wholesale market, is able t sell as low as any other estab lishment Mr. O. was formerly principal con ductor of the extensive business of Mr. J. W. Hurslman, No. 204 Chestnut Street, and his ex tensive experience will be a guarantee of his ability to do justice to his customers. His Stork comprises the following. Silk, Worsted, and Cotton Curtain Fringes, Binding, Tsescls and Cord, Silk and Worsted Blind do, Silk, Woollen, and Cotton Hoiscry, Gloes, Combs, Brushes, Soaps, Perfumery. &c. Woollen and Cotton Knittinq and Darning Yarn, Porte Monnaies, Furnished Work Boxes, Brace lets, and Fancy Articles generally. Call and examine for yourselves. Philadelphia, September 25, 1852. 6in. GREAT EXCITEMENT. AV1LLIAM A. KNOBB, RESPECTFULLY informs the public gener ally that he has just received and opened he best and cheapest stock of Fall and Winter Goods, that h!ls ever been brought to the county. His stock consists of every variety of Dry Goods, viz : Cloths, Cassimers, Sattinetts, Vesting, Dril lings, Linens, Muslins, Jeans, and all kinils of Winter Goods. Also a splendid variety of Ladies Dress and Fancy goods, Calicces, Ginghams, De Laines, Sliawls, and every variecy of Goods suitalilt for- Ladies wear. Also, an extensive assortm'nt cf Silk, Beaver, Fur If Slouch Hals A larpe and well selected Assortment of Boots and Shoes of ev ery iescrip ion and sire. Also, a lurce assortment of Groceries, Such as Supar, Coffee Teas, Molasses, Spices of all kinds. Also a large assortment of Hnulwaro and Qticcnsware, Fish, Suit and Liquors such as Gin Brandy, Kum and Whiskey, besides llic dirgcst and most general assortment of oil kind of Uoods to be had in the county. All the above mentioned goods will le sold at audi reduced prices as the can not be got for elsewhere. Country produce of all kindi taken in exchange at the highest market prices. Also, For sale a two horse spring wagon and a buggv. Augrsta tw sp., Octolicr 29, 1852 (in). TAILORING. JOHN Y. MAllTIN, CEGS leave to inform his friends and the pub lic in general, that he is prepared in every respect to make clothing after the most Fashionable Styles, snd in the most durable manner, and his prices will le as reasonable as can lie had in 6unbury or elsewhere, in cash or approved country produce. He will always have the advantages of the latest fashion plates, and in addition to his acknowl edged skill in cutting, he will be assisted by (be direction of the most scientific publications rela ting to that art, now issued from the emporiums of fashion in the United States. An endeavor will be made always to have work completed when requiacd. His establishment is situated in Market Square, Sunbury, nearly opposite the Post Ofliee, in the building formerly occupied by Jacob Painter as a hatler shop, where it will ba a pleasure to him to see his friends, and make such work for them as is within the line of his business. Sunbury August 14, 1652. tf. WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c. JAMES J$. FIDLKH, No. 1 2 South Second Street, PHILADELPHIA. Gold Lever Watches full jewelled Silver Lever do Silver Lepine do . " Quarlier do Gold pens snd pencil and silver halders Silver Tea and Table Spoons Bracelets, Breast pins Ear rings &c. AU warranted and sold at prices as low ss any in tlie city. November 27. 1832. tf. BOOKS ! BOOKS ! ! JUST RECEIVED and for sal. . new edition of PIKE3 ARITHMETIC. ALSO, a large assortment or Blank Books. WM. McCARTY, Bookseller. Bunbury, Uec, 4, 1853. tf. TVLAXK DEEDS printed on the best quality of parchment paper, Bold at the lowest prices at this office, by wholimla snd retail A RNOLD'8 WRITING FLUID and Adhe aiva and legal envelopes, for sale by , H. B. MABSER. Bunbury, Jau 10, 1852 lXTRACT OT COFFEEZAn except article more wholesome ami mnrh -I.- than CoUms iUelf. For sale at this onW April IT lXTRACT CF GINGER. A fresh supply - just received and for sale at this office. Price 25 cents. . Bunbury, Jury It, 1851. YIAND BILLS neatly printed sa new type promptly executed at this office. Also blanka, of ail kinda on superior paper. Huuburv, Feb. 14, I85S. , . ' .1 CULVER WATCHES A lew double ease English Bilver Watcbea, tot aala at eery low pn y . Si. b MA8EB. Banaury, April 13, 1131 G3-S500 CHALLENGE, j WHATEVER eonoema lha health and harmlnnai of a people ia at all linws of the inn valunUle import anoe. I taka il fir s;rntl thirt every persra, will do all In theif power, to aav Ilia livaa nf thru rhiklren, and tint every peraon will endeavor U pronvte their own health at all sniTiflccs. I frel It to he my duty to ilermily anmre toa thnt WORMS, according in the opiaion ol the most oelehrntad Physieiaiis, are the primary csusos of a sirjre majority of diaeaars to which children and adults are lia ble sif you hnvenn appllte eontlimnlly chnnsonblo from one kind of food to another, Bad Hrcalh, Pain in the Sto mach, Picking at lha Nose, linrrincaa and Fullness of the Drily, Pry ChiikIi, Stiw Fcvr, Pulse Irrcirnhr remember thnt all these dmioto WORM:, and you slioald at once ap ply tho remedy : 1 IIOBENSACK'S WORM SYRUP. An article fiundml opon Scientific Principles, compound ed wilb purely vegetable substances, being perfectly sefs When tnkrn, and can lie given b the most tender infant with decided hrncHcinl effect, where Howel Ompbiints ami Diarrhoea hnve made them weak ami debilitated th. Tonic properties of my Worm Syrup are such, that it standi without sn eipial In the nitalogue of medicines, In s vine tone and strrneth to the Stumm-h. which mnkes it su Infallible remedy for those nfllictcd with Dyspepsia, tlx aslouiahiiie cures performed by this fynip sl'tcr Physl- eiaus have tailed, ia ths best evidence of Its superior effi cacy ovei all others. . THE TAPE WORM 1 This ia the most diffiunlt Worm to destroy of all Hint in frMl lb hiiimn .vatem. it ffrow. to an alnvist Inderiniti length becoming so coiled and fastened in the Intestines and Stomach rflceting the health an stmIIv aa to causa St. I'u. Ac., ibnt thnM ahiicteil srldtiin if ever enapert thjt it is Tiipe Worm hastening them to an early grave. In order to Jestroy tliia Worm, a very energetic treatment must he pursued, it would Ihsrcfiire be proper to take 6 to 8 of my l.ivcr Pills anna to remove all obstruc tions, thnt Ihe Worm Svrunmnv art direct linonllie Worm, which murt be taken in duses of il Tablespoonfulls 3 times a day these directions followed have never been known to inn in curing; ill. iiiub, uukiiiuib uimi vi " G IIOBENSACK'S LIVER PILLS. No part of the system Is more liable to disease IIhiii the 1.1 VI II, it serving as a nitercr to purity me imam, or f iv iiiu the nroner accretinn to the bile : so that nny wrong nc- tion of the Ijvcr ell'ceta the other important pnria nf the system, and results vari'MiKlv. in l.ivcr Coniniuint, Jnirn- dice, DySiepi, Ac. We should, therefore, wnlch every srinptnm thnt might indicate a wrung nction of the Liver. These Pills being c imposed or mm 17 ri.A. is nir lii.lted bv nature to heal the sick : Namely, 1st, An KX- PI-'.CTORAN'F, which augments the accretion from the Pulmonary mucus mcinbrune, or promotes the discharge of secreted matter. 2nd, An AI.TKI1 ATIVK, which chnnires In sune inexplicable and insensible manner the certain ntoibid nction of the system. 3rd, A TONIC which gives tone and strength to' the nervous system, re newing health and vigor to all parts nf the body. 4th, A CATHARTIC, which acts In perfect harmony with tho other ingredients, and oprnitingon the Ilowcla, and expel ling the whole mnss of corrupt and vilinteil mutter, mid pu rifying the Wood, which destroys dtseanc and restores health. TO FKMALES. You will find lltese Pills nit invuhmble inedirine in many romplninls to wliiell you are subject. In obst met ions ei ther lotnl ot parttnl. lliey have lieen found of iueutimnble lieueut, restoring their lunelioiml arrangements to a benl thy netioii, purifying the bl'iod nnd other fluids a-i i-tri-etu nllv In put to flight nil complaints whieh mny arise from female irregularities, ns he;ulailiet giddiness, dimness of sight, pain ill the side, buck, Ac. C7" Price, 25 cents each. None genuine unless signed J.N. Ilobeiisack, all others being tKise liuiuitioii. r" Agents wishing new supplies, and Store Keepers drpirons of becoming Agents must address Hie Proprietor, I N. Ilobcnsiiek, Philadelphia. Pa. Sold by J. W. I'riliue. Punbury : Mary .Mi-Coy, Nor Ihnnilierlniid : llelsel, Turlmtville; hner. Millon ; Ultty At I .nVer. ftorretlrl 1 1 Isenrinff A Wolvertoil, PaXI- iri Wicst, Hickory; all ileuleis ill Medicine in the County and Stale. August 14, Hj ly. Vuluablc Property. late the Estate of E. P. SHANNON, Esq., O f A o rlli 11 in Itc 1 1 a ml AT PRIVATE SALE. THE subscribers, Executors of llie Esinta of Ephraim V. SIkuimom, lale of Ihe Bnr (inyli of Norlhurribcrlaml, ofl'cr al private sale, the following valuable Krai EMalc, viz: Lot No. "7, corner of Queen and ""-out Street, on which is creeled n two slot y rfnVk BuiKlin, forttieily occtipieil by ihe ileceaseil as a Store anil Dwelling, ami now occupied as such. There are also on the lol two fiume dwellincs. &c. Lot No.' 62, shunted in Aluikel Street, on which is erected n two story white Fnimo Dwelling, &c, adjoining John Ta'gartsi., occupied by etna. Knotts. Luis Nos 6tl, 70, 7 t & 72, -silnato in Mar ket Street, a tuomory while Frame Dwel ling, occupied by James Donly, and a stable is erected on lol No. 69 k. 70. The undivided half of Lol No. 120, situate on the corner of Duke and 4lh Sireel, on which is erected a two story dwelliuy, occu pied by Joseph McCallisler. Lot No. 188, situate in Queen Street on which is erected n two story while Frame Building, occupied by John liurkeit Lot No. fiO, silnale ul Northway and Wa ter Slieels, on which nre erected two Frame Dwellings and Stabling, occupied by widow Vanillin" and John Vundlitir. Also the undivided fourth part of lol lfi6, on which is erected a two story Ftanie Dwel ling, occupied by John Vandyke Also ten acies of cleared land, adjoining lands uf John Doshny, on ihe E;sl side of ihe Susquehanna, about ihrce miles below Dan ville. Also two adjoining vacant town lots, situ ated on tho comer 'of Second ami Ornne streets, numbered in the general plan of Bor ough. Nos. 215 & 216. Also four vacant lots on Third and Ointie;e Streets, numbered in tho general plan ol said Borough, Nos. 209, 210, 211 & 212. Also four vacant lots fronting on Market and Sixth Streets, running East lo-nn Alley, numbered in tho general plan of said Bor oimh, Nos. 77, 78, 79 & 80. Also four vacant lols fronting on Orange Street, and numbered in Ihe ceneral plan of said Borough, Nos. 185, 18(5, 187 & IRS. The above property w ill be sold in parts or parcels 10 suit purchasers, on reasonable terms. For furthrr particulars apply lo John Cake, Esq., at Northumberland, or to ihe subscribers. ALFRED KNEASS. THOMAS STRAWBIUDGE, ( Ers. Northumberland, May 22, 1852. if. Fresh and Spiced Oysters ! TTAVING settled at Northumberland, t am " now prepared to furnish Fresh and spi ced Oysters during the whole season al re duced prices. You can depend upon them be in a fresh, as 1 shall receive I hem daily, (Sundays excepted) and when landed here, they are only 16 hours out of the shell. All persons al a distance, who are in want of the above article, can hnve them sent per dozen or single ran by addressing V. il. VICKERY, at Burr'a Hotel. Northumberland. Oct. 16, 152. "RTsANTCS. W JLAXKS of every description can be had by Jr ai'l o 'ig atuieoiiice oi tue American. EE DILLS. Justices and Constables Fee 11 ills handsomely printed on cars' paper for sale at this office. I ADD'S celebrated Horse and Cattle Medi cine for aale by HENRY MASSES. tSunhurv. Jan. 27th. 1849 KNOB AND SPRING MORTI8E LAT CUES. An excellent article, for sale al hall the usual price by 1 W. I-SILING, Hunbury, July 7. 1849- J A TENT URITTAN1A STOPPERS for at Dar Domes lor aaio oj H. B MASSER. Sunbury, April, It, 1851 GOLD PENS with ami without cases, of a very superior quality, just received. ' Also a fresh supply of Writing Fluid, for aula by .- . ,. H. B. MASSER. Sunbury, Deo. 87, 1651. T7LANK Parchment Paper Deeds and blank J- Mortgagee, Hfiids, Executions, Summons, he,, tot aul by - I), B., MASSER, , Sunbury . April 36, 1851. FRE8H Vanilla Dean of auperior uaity, just received and for aala by Jul 1, llavv- H. B. MASSER. SOWER & BARNES, 1 Publishers and Booksellers, 1 - No. 84 North Third Street, PHILADELPHIA. MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS. rjibles. Prayers. Ilvmna. Poetical and Historical Works. Travels, Novels, &c, Ac. 1 -SCHOOL BOOKS. , Every kind iu use from a primer npwirtjt. BLANK BOOKS. An elegant airrrtment from the pass aoiik upwardu made of auperior puper, and beat of binding. f WRITING PAPERS. ' T ; Cnp, Post, snd Note Papcrs,clcgant styles and quality, and very cheap. - STATIONERY. Fancy, Plnin ami Ailhciive KnveMp. Ink, SaiiH, Wa fer!, Steel I'ena, feMntcB, Peiirili, Purle-MoiiniM, Wrap ping Papers of all kinds. Curtain Papers, Ac, he. Our stock is nil fresh, IkmiuM vhctxp irtllacrnrdmjrty. Particulur uttentiou paid to JlnoksHlers, Country Alur choiim anil Tenchcrs, however little they way buy. Sower ft Barnes are Publisher of PEIsTON'S series of MAGNIFICENT OUTLINE MAPS Knch map Is nenrly PKVKX KURT EHll'AKE, ami shows the comparative size and relative p"!uti"-ii ul every country on the lithe. 'i'hey arc intended to be sntKMided in every tchool Room, and nut only imike a splendid ap pmrnnei;, but ore umvermlly nek now .fried to lie the Ittl-ItiT MODti OK TEALMlMi UKOUltAPIlY ever brought out. They are krys iiitrndcd to be uwri by the srholnrs, contain in ncompk-te rpitome of Gtj(rnphy, nnd rortliitft less than hulf the price of n Geography and Atlas. The system is in univermd use in Prnrain and (iennrmy, and hn's nlrcady been intrfdiicfd in (.irnrd (.'ollrpe, Phitn delphia, the public st'hvis nf iloiton, Now York, Phila dnlpliin, Baltimore, Washington, and throughout New I'.nfflund. New York, A p., Ap. Our desks ore lonricd with recommendations ("rjtm the most bdented nnd scien tific teachers in every quarter, and whoever the system ha lecn used parents, teachers and scholars unite in p mis hit; it. 1. Map of fie Western Hrmtsphere. 2. Map of the Kostern Heinisphere. 3. Map of North America. 4. Map of the United States, ft. Map of Kar'ipo. 6. Map of Asia. 7. Map of &.nth America and Afrim. Kvcry ninp in brilliantly colored, vuruished, ami mount ed 'm nuisbu nnd rollers. We respectfully invite the earnest nltentinn nf Teachers, Parents, and School Directors t i this furw iuatinu mode of teachiiiR Gwtminhy. &OWKK A HaRNKP, North Third Street, Philadelphia. Aug. UP, If. Chean Mrntc1ics f Jewelrv. WHOLESALE and Retail, nt the "Philudel- itr. I. T- I. K no -r r. , ... . in 'iii Xortb f oconrl Slrrvt. rorner uf Onarrv. Pill adel- - itnin nu'll Hill, jmr rv flu i'. iiu. uu phia. ' Gold lver Wntetn-s, full jeweled, 18 enmt cases, J3,00 filver ilo. fnll jrwelcil, rl2''"M fpeetniles, Silver Iepiiie, jewels, 10 (Pine Silver do. ilo do do. tl.Uiolil Hmreli-ls. Snpeiinr (Innrtieia, 7. I nilies' Gold Pencils, Ilnitntion do. 6. 'Silver Ten SwHns, set, Oold I'cm, Willi Fcncil nnd Silver Holder, 7.IK1 l.Sn 3.11(1 1.IHI 6.011 1,00 Gold Finser Kings, 37J cents to $80 ; Watch Glasses, plain, 12J cents; Patent, 1SJ j Lunct, 25; other articles in proportion. All goods war ranted to be what they are sold for. 8TAUFFEU & HARLKY, Successors to O. Conrad. On hand, some Gold and Silver Levers and Lepincs, still lower than the ubove prices. August 28, 1852. ly. Van Loan J)ngucrre;m (lallory, 159 Chestnut Street, VT this rrU'Uniled c!titlti!iliinnt von enn ill way a pro cure the newest and lll'irl improved slles ol' nAGl'EUKl'.OTVPK Jt T.M.HOTVPK PUHTIIAITS nt from 50 to 100 per ct. lk coir tlun t:uh picture, can be li'iil fur elsewhere. iw thnt yti can eecuie such perfect portraits of your t-.,ved ones at a lllirc liuiiiinal coft, il irt di-kiy leal ynu l.ie tliem. " Kvery vaiit'ty of fancy enws. frnme!. &e, mi haiH or furnished to order, nnd every picture nuule anlistory and wni nulled to lie in the h,-sl style of the ait or :o CUAhGK Cull and see ns at 16!) Clii-stniit st. i.. ii. ni(.Ei.L riiiUldlphia July 17, lf.j2.ly. JAlJEES 3.?s2EPfc'S Wholesale and ECelail ( lock ESTABLISHMENT. S. E. Corner Sicond and Chestnut Sts., PHILADELPHIA. UIIEnE may lie found, one of the tartest ' ' anil best assorl mrnlH ol" Clocks and Time pieces in the I'nitrd Stales, in ipianlilies to suit ; puri'hasrni, of from a single Cluck, In one thou- i cand Clinks: eniliracinir every variety of style ' and tnaiiutiictitrp, suiluble lor t.'hunhes, Halls, j Couiitiiiu Houws, I'urlois, Sleepint; Apartments, nnd Kitchens, Stcain and Canal Boats, and Rail Road Cars. Also sen:iil nlc Agent, for Kapp's lately pat ented SciMitiHc Niche Gold Pen. Wholesale ' and Retail Gold and Silver Pen Holders, and ; Pencils, and a variety of Fancy Goods. Those ', wisliiiiB to purchase will liiul il to their interest ! to call before purchasing elsewhere. ) JAMES HARDER. ! P. E. Cor. Che tuut & 2nd Sts., Phila. April 1(1, 1S52. lv ' S0AP & CANDLE MANUFACTORY, No. 19 Wood St., between 2d iV 3d Sis., and No. 17 North 01 h Street, riltLADKl.l'IHA. John Dun croft Jr. and Son, ESPECTFL'LLY inform Store-keepers, Mer- ciiaiiis, oic, inui nicy .tianuiaciure uuu nave for Sale, Palm, White, Variegated, Yellow and ! Drown Soaps, Mould and Dipped Caudles, all of 1 good quality and at reasonable prices. V1T Cash paid Tor i allow and roush Fat. April 10 1HS2 ly. JOHN Ii. TAYLOR, Manufacturer of Monuments, Tombs, AND GRAVE STONES OF THE FINEST Italian and America Marci.r. At his Old Stand ia Northumberland, Pa. " ESPECTFL'LLY inform the public that all work in his line will be made up of the very best material and finished in the latest style of the Eastern cities. Those in want of such articles well made and executed in the best style und at the lowest rates, will do well to call and examine before they pur chase elsewhere. May 15, 1852. ly. Wm. McCarty, liookseller. RESPECTFULLY informs his friends and the public, that he has removed his Book Store, to Market street, to the house occupied by J. Naille, Esq., Attorney at Law, nearly op posite the Court House, on the north side, where keeps for sale constantly on hand a good assortment of books and stationary. For Sale A large new spring waggon fit for 8, 3 or 4 horses. Sunbury, July S4, 1852. tf. LEATHER. Fritz, "Williams 5 Hendry, Store, No. 29 North 3d Street., PIllLADKLPIIIA. MOROCCO Manufacturers, Curriers, Import era. Commission and General Leather Bus iness. Wholesale and Retail. . 7 Manufactory 13 Margaretta Street Aug. 88, 1852. ly. WILEY'S COVGII CNDY. An excel lent remedy for coughs, colds. For sale atjthis office. December 4, 1852. . IOR aale at this office, Superior Black Ink, Cattle Medicine at 85 eta, Pure Essence of Ginfc-er.35 cuts WRITING FLUID and self sealing Enve lopes, just received and for aale by April 19. 1851. H. B. MASSER. BLANK NOTES, waiving the eiemption law of 300, tor sale by - . April 88, 1851. H. B. MASSER. JUSTICES' FEE BILLS For sale by . ,11. U MASSER. Sunbury, 1151. 'it ; BANK NOTE TABLE. CORRECTED WEEKLY. PENNSYLVANIA. . ci.r V ""-i.ri. V. B. Bank notes IS i, MAWACAVSETTS. AU solvent lainka I di. K1IOUK ISLAND. All ilvent hnnks I dis CONNKC'l'intlT. wireni uanka Bank of Chamberaburg 1 dis llank ofCbester Co. par, Ilank of Del. Co. Chester par eoeatar. All Solvent bank. dis NEW VOUK 14 " " w, uBinamnwD Hank of Gettvsburg Bank of lwntnwn pari A II solvent banks I dis I uis.tnik notes under W j dis Hank nflMiildletoM-n I li Montgomery Co llank pnr Bnnk of .Northuinberrwl. nni Bank of Pitt.lmrg ldm i All Solvents hnnks ldis NliW J Kit BEY. Helvidere llank . I dis i Commereinl flank 1 dis Hnnk or lmnvdle pm (Far. Hunk M.. H,ily pnr CarlialeHnnk - 1 dis P. A M., Miildletown Pt. par Columbia B'k A; B'ge Co pnrMrluiiih.-a Uk, Newark pnr MiTriBu,wii jjuiik twr -Tirrn. tfK of lltir niirtun iir ronton ifniiK pnr Kne Bank t dis Kicliange B'k Pittsburg 1 dis, Kxclinnee H'k. nmnrh 1 dis1 Mi-eh. A Mnn. Ilk Trent par Morris Co limiK t dis INewark Bk'g Alus.Co di. (Inuige Hnnk . 1 dis Farmers' B'k, HurksCo pnr'People's Uk Patterson dis pur jmr di. ranners' ris, ijancaster pnr;i rineoHin miiik raruiers' Uk. Hifiding piir'Hctlein Bnukitig Co, Farm. Bk rVlmvlkill Co pnrfemerret Co Flmik F D. Bk Wn'vnesb'g lldisiftnte Bunk nt Cnnideu Franklin Bk. Wash'n lJdisWate Hk Klimla-thlon ITnrrisbtira- Hnnk I dis Slate Hunk Newnrk pnr Jdis dis llimesdnle Bnnk 1 dis Hnte lik, N. Bruiiswiek pnr lAneanter Bnnk pnr,?usex linnk, Newton dis l,eiuon Hnnk nir Trenton Bnuklng Co par Mrreh. Man. Bnnk 1 dis Miners'.ll'k, Pottsville per Monongaheln Hank 1 dis L iiioii bnnk. Hover itis Ynnlleyv'le k Del l)r C. ISdis Cs"Uk n"t-s niidi r fj di I nylorsv'e Del D'g Co li dis Hi.l.A " .Mil;. west Hrsneh llank pnr 'ynnling Bk, Wilkesb'e pnr York Bnnk, 1 dis tyitelief notes 1 dis MAINE. Biiiik of ln-liivrare par Hnnk of fiiivma pnr Delnwnre l-ilv Bnnk par Ilk Vilnm'ii. Hnmiiyw. iit Farmers' Ilk St Pi Inwure pnr Union Hnnk, Wilmington isr Bank of Whetkiek 8 dis1 Merrnnlile Hk, Bangor 10. In 'if Under j dis All solvent hmili I dis t'llld. NF.W IIAMI'PIIIRK. All s ilven! Imnks S nit All solvent bnuks dis VKKMONT. Bnnk of st a limns 3 dis IVHk notes imdrr o's 4 dit N(ll III CAIIOI.IAA All s ilvenl IxinkS t dis A II solvent bank. 1 dis,t"l'iiiler5's. 9 dit "AID AND COMFOUT," '! o Your Own itlc-chanics. GEOTIGE ItEXN. MANUFACTURER OF FURNITURE AND CHAIRS Of the most Fashionable Style T"?, OI ' subscriber respcrtrully calls the attention the public to his lartro n nil 8)ilcuJid assort I - ... . . nicnt ol every qtiatuy anil price ot ' 1 ' ' I CAKI.I2T-VA5Sr. i which cannot fail to rciommcnd iUelf toeven' one who w ill examine it, on account of its durable workmanship and splendid finish, made up of the best stock to be had in the city. No efiort is spared in the manufacture of his ware, and the subscriber is determined to keep up with the many improvements which are constantly being made. His stock consists of Mahogany Sofas, Divans nnd I. ounces, Bureaus, Secretaries, Sideboards, SOFA, BREAKFAST AND D1MG TABLES, and also VENETIAN BLINDS, equal lo Phila delphia manufacture. BEDSTEADS, of every pattern and price, CUPBOARDS, WORK AND CANDLE STANDS, TOILET TABLES AND EXTENSION TABLES, In short, every arliclo in this line of his business. He also manufactures all kinds ami qualities of CHAMiS, including varieties never before to be had ir Sunbury, such as .Maiiiiiiam, Black Waimt AMI Ct'MU-.ll M.IFLK GllF.CI AN ; AMI Wl.VHSnn CHAIh'S, ami FAXir Piano Stools, which arc of the latest styles, ami warranted to be excelled by none maiiiiliictiucd in the Cilics or elsewhere. The subscriber is determined that there shall be no excuse for persons t purchase furniture in Ihe cities, as every coufhlcVa enn be entertained nboiii the quality and finish of his ware and (.'hairs. His articles will be disposed of on an good terms ns they enn be purchased elsewhere. Coun try Produce taken in pinment for work. .IT I.'NDKRTAKLN't.. HuviMtr provided hinieclf with a li.imlrome IIf.aiisk, he is now prepared for Undertaking, and attemliii funor uls, in this vicinitv, or ul any convenient dis tance from this place. fjr" The Ware Koom is in Market Street, below Thompson's Store ami Weaver's Tavern. GEORGE T.LNN. Sunhurv, Jan. 10, 185i tf. LIBERTY STOVE WORKS, BliOWX ST K 15 1ST, above Fourth, PEIIjADIIIiPHIA. rlIE uuilrrsi-ined rcspectfullv inform the pu'i- j lie that they arc in full operation ut their j new foundry, and ready to execute orders for i stoves of every description on the most reasons ! ble terms. j 'I'hey invite the attention of STOVE DEAL ERS to their large assortment of STOVES, all '. of which are entirely new, and got up at great j expense. Among which are the Liberty Air Tight Cook, Completo Cook, Star Air Tight, Star rrankhn, Star Kadtator, Jenny l.nid lm 1 proved. Fire King Radiators, Salamanders, Can 1 nnnm lluo. H ,rn I V II ,l..ra !!,. 1? Sl, a rurnaecs, Gas Ovens, Si-.,4r. ABBOTT LAWRENCE. N. B. Country merchants arc particularly invited to call md examine our assortment. April 10, 1852. ly. The Johnston Ink MANUFACTORY REVIVED 10A $ Lombard St , PHILADELPHIA. THE aubscriber begs leave respectfully to in form PiuxTtas generally, that he hus suc ceeded to the 15u-iiiess of manufacturing Pnt ittl Jul- formerlv rarried on bv bis rrrnnil Fntbpr without any Pins, but with the simple reliance upon the lonir established rhaiacter it has home, feelim confident of its giving enliro satisfaction to all who may favor him with a call. Ttaas Cash. CHAliLES ENEU JOHNSTON. April 10, 1853. tf. THE CHEAT I'lIlZE lilt OA I, m- HICKEIT & TULL, No. US Chestnui St., above Sixth, trout of JONES' HOTEL. rrjTTTl TA VE Just received their Prire JYYEV - Medal, awarded to them for ' their best Travelling Trunka ex hibited at the World's Fair in London, 1851 being tho only exhibitors to whom any award was made. Their competition was with all the world, and they have taken THE PRIZE 1 TRUNKS, VALISES, BAGS, &e. To be found hi this City, and at very low prices Call and aee. 1IICKEY & TULL, Trunk Manufacturers, 143 Chestnut Su April iu, 1802 tr. SUNBURY FEEEY. ENKY W. BUCHER informs the puldic that he hss taken the Sunbury Ferry and as he is now well prepared with good and euffi cient crafts he will le enabled to accommodate tue punuc witn promtness and despatch. April 10, 1852 tf. Yuluable Hooka. J" IFE o Cubist, handsomely bound, D'Av l'a- HlSTOST or Til Riraaa..,.. Blask DiT-aooas sub Lsdoess, full bounded! r or sale at tue publishers prices by H. B. MASSER Sunbury, July 14, 1849 ROSE OINTMENT. A fresh supply of this , excellent article for Teller, c, just received and tor sale by H EN K MASSER. Sunbury, July 88, 1849 fl ISSUE PAPER YeUow Tiasue paper tor 1 covering glasses, ecc,lor sale at iheetiiceof n A mencen. , , , , TAKRIAGB CETIFICATES baBdeomely exeotited fur aale at this onVe, si aale er j by the doaea. A CAIX TO S AttheCabli t SEli'N I?ot M ft rift Mm AUo al the corner nf Thankful for ll,e n7tl" customer, duriftr nessm this place, he soli& nuance of thci, favors. has endeavored lo keep up SST, of the day, and I... aci,, nes, In every branch .,, V", therefore invticd to the ,M 'X stock of a ABINETWAnKAAc. sastnianTouptbVc . At the Old Stand '. V here in addition to their .' establishment they now inanutTu" Mahogany, Walnut & Cane-Seat Lnre Sprivfr Seat Ilockin Ch, Drtuing Bureaus, Ccn Ire Table. Marble Top Wash Stand, and a variely of other ' new s,Je and l ashioiinMc riiniiiiirc. Hccurcu a Jlearse and made Ik ...,n.,rir,s mr the purpose, thevl ic mrcu lor unilertnk nrr n It i.. I. - J this vicinity or at any convenient diatottc, e maids and mistresses, an-1 hn.lands too Here's furniture of every style and line, From side boards down to kitchen tahle, rorn roekiiif chairs to locking cradles I Phonld yon not have the ready Jobs lo psv, .w., .wniic i.,r a wighter better day, Or lake potatoes, oats, corn, wheat and rva : Bark, lHp poli-s, staves, or lumber wet and dry.1 J ""' ""i yoses niHt tnres'inic dnils, Fiom pigs and turkics down to little quuils. Come on then friends, come one and all, Keep trnde a moving, so "goes on the hall." " uruers Irom a ihstance promptly attends to anu work of all kinds delivered with ilisnstdl Sunbury, March 9, 1850 tf WASIIINUTOX HOUSE, SUNBURY, PA. JAKES COVEET, Proprietor, T7"Ot."LD respectfully announce thnt he has " taken this well known stand, where he will be gratified to see ond entertain his Iriends and the travelling public generally. This house is now replete with every convenience, comforta ble, pleasantly located, handsomely furnished, well ventilated, rendering it in every respect a desirable stopping place. No expense has been spared In fitting up this house. The chambers are well fiiniiilied and tbe table and bar provided with the lest Ihe market can alTord. The stable accommodations are extensive and well calculated for travelers. ST A n P npcir-p Tim .i.r... r - ., , . . . ' . ... ...Hv.. uuiii ionnumtierlanil lo Pottsville. stop at this house, where through and way tickets to Philadelphia can lie obtained. Sunbury, March 20, le"5S. if. E3TRB & LA NDSLL, und.lrch Street, PHILADELPHIA. jail, esiaiiusiicil a Store whort the best trade now resort for Household Dry Goods, French Fancy Goods. Dress fSilks and Shawl, Hosiery, Gloves and Mitts, . Cloths, Cassimers and Vesting, Muslins and Linens by the piece. Damask Table Linen and Napkins, . Patent Black Silks for Dresses, Full Stock of .Mourning Good. E. & L. are constantly receivimr Bargains fro, the New York and Fl.ilude!phi.i Auctions, whi, they sell wholesale and rcluil verv cheap for 'c Cash. " Edward E. Eviie, Washington I. Landel Philadelphia, July 3, 1853. ly. DCCTOP. TOTOSEL? von as CE.vrs. IV MEANS OF TI POCKET ."ESCUL PIL'ci, or Every one own Physician!" Tmir; sixth edition, with i m warJs ' a hundred cug V'S. showing private i ease in everv shane i inn, and malformation: Ihe penerative system, It j Or Wm. Tom i'he time hus now a ed, that persons suffering from secrel discs need no more become the victim op quacks as by the prescriptions contained in this In any one may cure himself without hindranc business, or the knowledge of the most imir friend, snd with one-tenth Ihe usual expense addition to the general routine of private dix it fully explains the cause of manhood's carl- dine, with observations on marriage It'. many other derangements which it would in proper to enumerate in the public prima. IV" Any person sending TWENTY-F CENTS, enclosed iu a letter will receive copy of this book, by mail, or five copies wi sent for one dollar. Address. Dn. V. YOl No. 153 SPRUCE Street, PIULADELFH Post paid. ICT" Dr. YOUNG can be consulted on a the Dipeases descrilied in his dill'rrent pu tions, at bis Ofliee, 152 Spruoe Street, ever between 8 and 3 o'clock, (Sundays exceptc- Philadelphia, June 5, 1852 ly. GLASS, DRUGS, PAINTS, WllOLLS tI.E AMI KUT.il 'TMIE Philadelphia Window Glaus house, and Drug, Paint, Varnish, i" Color Stores, Nos. 33 and 35 North Fourth Street East side, has the largest assortment o VI' Pietur , Coach, Case, Hot-House, and ot! , (a LASS, in the city; comprising upwards of 15,01 ferent sizes, ranging from the smallest site 38 by 60 inches of Sheet, and as large a 7 fuel of Plate Glass, including English ( French, German and American, both Single and Double Thick. Also, a large assortment of Very Thick for Sky-Lights. Bulk Windows, Ac. The Subscrilier having a licay ' is prepared to fill orders ut ihe shortcut and on the most reasonable terms. Od of any pattern cut to order. Ground While Iad ; Paint. arnih ery description t Turpentine ; Linseed O ed and raws Paint Mills; Putty; B Dve Woods, 4c., 4c, ic. And also, a large supply of fresh impor DRUGS AND MEDICINES. J. H. 8PRAOI Nos, 33 & 35 Korth 4th St., E. April 10. 1658. ly. " DAVID C00PEE, COMMISSION MEltCIU FOR TUE SALK Ot ! Fisli, Provisions, 5c Xo. 9 JV ortk Wharves, ' PHILADIUHIA. April 10, J853ly. . , , . giTOXB Ware,: Earthen Ware, Ra snonda, V unee au4 Ureasa O uu, . rianea or an sinus. Salt and Plaster. Just received: ene' by JOHN W. TRI W7 funbuiy, Dee. S3. l4t.